Calendar

Gen
1
Mar
TESOL Online Courses and Virtual Seminars
Gen 1–Dic 31 giorno intero

     TESOL International Association offers numerous virtual seminars and a growing number of online courses and workshops to help busy TESOL professionals develop leadership skills, improve core competencies, and stay abreast of the latest developments in the dynamic field of English language teaching and learning. For more information about TESOL virtual seminars and online courses consult this link.

Nov
15
Ven
TESOL Italy 44th National Convention @ Polo Didattico
Nov 15@09:00–Nov 16@18:00

SUBTHEMES

Treasuring Multilingualism

Fostering Cultural Awareness and Global Competence

Focusing on Mediation in CEFR

Preparing Young Learners for Tomorrow’s World

 


For more information about the upcoming convention, download our flyer here.

 

The flyer contains the following:

– a list of speakers and their session titles

– a pre-registration form and convention fees

– information on how to get to the convention site

– a list of hotels, B&Bs, and religious guesthouses near the convention site.


You can also pre-register online today to attend the convention. If you would like to now click here.

 


Our plenary speakers

Ruth Horsfall

John Hughes

Malcolm Mann

Deborah Short


Would you like a more elaborate description of the title or subtitles?

Read the Call for Papers here.

 

 

Nov
29
Ven
Annual TESOL France Colloquium @ Skema Business School
Nov 29@09:00–Dic 1@18:00

Annual TESOL France Colloquium which will be held on 29
November – 1 December, 2019 at Skema Business School in Lille.

The Call for Proposals is now open and we are accepting proposals until
15 July, 2019 via the following lin
k:
http://www.tesol-france.org/en/call_for_papers.html

Acceptance notifications will be sent out by 15 August, 2019.

The theme of this year’s Colloquium is Making Waves

(https://www.tesol-france.org/en/pages/154/colloquium-2019.html)

and we have the privilege of welcoming three exceptional plenary speakers, Thomas Strasser,

Professor of Language Methodology and Technology-Enhanced Learning &
Teaching · Vienna, Austria, Steve Hirschhorn, an English Language
Teaching Consultant and Teacher Trainer trained in The Silent Way and
Suggestopedia, living now in Hungary, and Silvia Breiburd, an EFL teacher
and researcher on generational theory with wide experience in primary and
secondary teaching and managerial positions.

 

 

Teaching English as a third language @ Free University of Bozen-Bolzano
Nov 29@13:30–18:00

Teaching English as a third language

with a keynote address by Prof. Ulrike Jessner (Innsbruck University)

The symposium aims to shine fresh light on aspects related to teaching English as a third language. The symposium features a keynote speech and a series of talks on issues pertinent to third language acquisition and teaching English as an L3. Holistic perspectives on additional language learning and teaching are presented and discussed in light of new research.

The focus is on integrated multilingual approaches to language(s) learning and teaching. Key notions such as meta- and crosslinguistic awareness and multilingual competences are examined with a view to instructional practices in the classroom, and directions for future developments are provided.
Steering Committee: Andrew Wimhurst, Graham Burton, Barbara Hofer and Birgit Spechtenhauser

please register for the event no later than Friday 22nd November by clicking on the sign up link.

Flyer Teaching English as a Third Language.docx

Teaching English as a Third Language Abstracts